Another early start, and off the the Chobe National Park
Interesting thing about Botswana's National Parks, is that there are no fences. Animals are free to roam in and out if they wish.
This morning game viewing is a bit of a let down. Turns out the open fence policy means the animals are off somewhere else, and we don't see much. A few giraffes and some impala, but that's about it.
This afternoon however, is a different story. We take a cruise along the Chobe River, and get to see much more: hippos, crocodiles, and more elephants. We get to see a couple of elephant swim across the river, from one of the island back to the mainland. Great stuff
Also a few other randoms, but nothing too interesting.
After watching another sunset, we had back to Chobe Campsite, for night two, as we're setting off on the road again tomorrow morning.